The Tzuba Conference

The Tzuba Conference is organized by the Institute for Research in Jewish Law at the Faculty of Law of the Hebrew University, in collaboration with the Faculty of Law of Tel Aviv University and the Faculty of Law of Bar Ilan University.

 

This conference gathers the best scholars of Jewish Law and of other legal fields for joint study of different topics in Jewish law that have affinity to other fields. The uniqueness of the Tzuba Conference is, among other things, its unique study method: small groups studying the various sources of Jewish Law followed by joint discussion and lecture.

 

  • 2017 conference: Jewish Law and Theories of Rights. You can view the Conference’s program (Hebrew) , list of sources (Hebrew)
  • 2016 conference: Lithuanian Scholarship and Legal Theory. You can view the Conference’s program (Hebrew) , list of sources (Hebrew), lectures  and pictures.
  • 2015 conference: Jewish Law and Civil Procedure. You can view the list of sources (Hebrew), pictures and lectures: day one, day two, day three.
  • 2014 conference: Jewish Law and Contract Law. You can view the Conference’s program (Hebrew) and list of sources (Hebrew).
  • 2013 conference: Jewish Law and Law of Evidence. You can view the Conference’s program (Hebrew) and list of sources (Hebrew).
  • 2012 conference: Jewish Law and Torts. You can view the Conference’s program (Hebrew) and list of sources (Hebrew).
  • 2011 conference: Jewish Law and Criminal Law. You can view the Conference’s program (Hebrew) and list of sources (Hebrew).
  • 2010 conference: Jewish Law and Jurisprudence. You can view the Conference’s program (Hebrew) and list of sources (Hebrew).